It was the Dundee film screening that was cut short by an air raid siren following the announcement of the outbreak of war.
Montrose Playhouse Project has been given almost £100,000 towards the purchase of state of the art projectors and sound equipment.
Rare footage of the opening of Dundee City Square in 1933 will feature on the big screen.
It was the revolutionary project which marked a turning point in Scotland’s social history.
Work to restore a replica of the highest scoring fighter aircraft of the First World War has finally been completed in Angus.
A Tayside man who put his health woes to one side and carved out a business in his back garden is being mentored by a Dragon's Den TV star.
A double-barrelled shotgun used in a 1977 Dundee hostage stand-off has gone on display for the first time.
Time is running out for the Scottish Government to call in the controversial North Esk Park planning approval.
An Angus mum has shaved off her long hair to support a charity which helps families with twins.
Members of a Moray-based air force squadron with historic links to Montrose paraded through the town on Friday to exercise their Freedom of Angus.